53 – The Mindset Needed to Overcome an Injury

In this episode, Brian and I discuss the mindset that is needed to help you recover from injury fast and come back stronger then you were before. 

Brian Cain, MPM is the creator of The Mental Performance Mastery (MPM) Coaching Certification Course,  a #1 International Best-Selling Author, Speaker and Consultant.

Brian is widely regarded as the foremost authority on Mental Performance Mastery.  He has worked with Fortune 500 executives and organizations as well as coaches, athletes, and teams at the Olympic level, in the National Football League (NFL), National Hockey League (NHL), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), on the Professional Golf Tour (PGA) and in Major League Baseball (MLB).

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes.

52 – Knee Pain in Climbers and How To Prevent It

This is Episode 5 in our Climbing Series. In this episode, I interview Dr. Michelle Snow of Ascend Chiropractic who helps me understand more about treating climbers and how she approaches knee issues.

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes. 

51 – Hands and Wrists for Climbers feat. Dr. Michelle Snow

This is Episode 4 in our Climbing Series. In this episode, I interview Dr. Michelle Snow of Ascend Chiropractic who helps me understand more about treating climbers and how she approaches issues with the hands and wrists.

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes. 

50 – Low Back and Hip Flexors for Climbers feat. Dr. Michelle Snow

This is Episode 3 in our Climbing Series. In this episode, I interview Dr. Michelle Snow of Ascend Chiropractic who helps me understand more about treating climbers and how she approaches issues with the low back. 

When it comes to injury treatment and prevention, one of the sports that often gets overlooked is the world of climbing. I wanted to help provide a resource for individuals who love to climb in addition to learning a few new ways to approach everyday injuries people suffer. 

 

49 – Shoulder and Thoracic Spine in Climbers feat. Dr. Michelle Snow

This is Episode 2 in our Climbing Series. In this episode, I interview Dr. Michelle Snow of Ascend Chiropractic who helps me understand more about treating climbers and how she approaches issues with the shoulder. 

When it comes to injury treatment and prevention, one of the sports that often gets overlooked is the world of climbing. I wanted to help provide a resource for individuals who love to climb in addition to learning a few new ways to approach everyday injuries people suffer. 

 

48 – Common Injuries in Climbers feat. Dr. Michelle Snow

Ethos Athletes is about being able to provide resources to help individuals stay active in their life. 

When it comes to injury treatment and prevention, one of the sports that often gets overlooked is the world of climbing. I wanted to help provide a resource for individuals who love to climb in addition to learning a few new ways to approach everyday injuries people suffer. 

In our Climbing Series, I interview Dr. Michelle Snow of Ascend Chiropractic who helps me understand more about treating climbers and how she approaches joint pain. 

47 – Peptides for Cognitive Function

This is episode 5 in our Peptide Series.

In this episode, Ryan Smith and I discuss the Peptides we have seen be clinically effective for cognitive function and improving memory.

The peptides we discuss in this podcast are Cerebrolysin, Dihexa, and Aniracetam. 

Click here to view the video on Dihexa that we discuss in the podcast.  

To learn more about peptide therapy, click here.

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes.

45 – Peptide Therapy for Joint Pain and Sports Injuries feat. Ryan Smith

This is episode 3 in our Peptide Series.

In this episode, Ryan Smith and I discuss the Peptides we have seen be clinically effective for treating joint pain and sports injuries.

The peptides we discuss in this podcast are BPC-157, TB4, AOD + HA, Pentosan Polysulfate, Cerebrolysin, and GHK-Cu.

To learn more about peptide therapy, click here.

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes.

 

43 – Basics of Peptide Therapy with Ryan Smith


We have seen and heard stories of individuals who have struggled to reach their treatment goals, either because their progress plateaued or they felt that something was missing from their plan.  

We use those stories and our passion for our patients and what we do to motivate us to continually seek out ways to improve our patient outcomes.

In our search, we came across a cutting edge therapy known as Peptide Therapy. We are excited to share a small sample of what we have learned and seen with this therapy in this guide.

We are also excited to be two of a handful of physicians who are formally trained in Peptide Therapy in the US and one of the first medical practices to bring it to Arizona.

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes.

41 – Understanding Symmetry feat. Dr. Jeremy Kerrigan


In Episode 32, we talked about the 4 components that can cause joint pain: Articulation, Neuromuscular, Stability, and Symmetry.

I wanted to take a further dive into Symmetry to learn what causes our bodies to become more asymmetrical then normal. For this podcast, I brought on my friend, Dr. Jeremy Kerrigan of the Chiropractic Wellness Institute to shed some more light on this issue.

Dr. Matt is the host of the Ethos Athletes Podcast and is a co-owner of
Ethos Integrative Medicine in Scottsdale, AZ. Dr. Matt specializes in Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, providing advanced minimally invasive (non-surgical) treatments to athletes.